Wild & Wonderful From N.Y. Yarns!

Brinneman, Jessie
September 2005
Crochet!;Sep2005, Vol. 18 Issue 5, p8
The article presents information on the Wild Thing yarn manufactured by N. Y. Yarns in 2005. It offers information on the uniqueness such yarn brings to knit and crochet projects. Information on its features are presented. It also provides information on the availability of such yarn in various colors.


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